|[blpsq029] Ingemar Stalholm - The Koster LP|
Ingemar makes a grand return to our label with this 46 minute continuous journey into microscopic and dynamic soundscapes. Riding the fine line between meticulous and incidental, this unpredictable album unfolds like liquid origami bristling with organic static. Even the track titles resonate with futurist poetics in this inspiring session, rich with techno grit and glitched out daydreams.
Keywords: bleepsequence; blpsq; ingemar stalholm; techno; glitch; deep; minimal; experimental; idm; ambient; soundscape; click
|[blpsq037] Myniciush & Erimus - Artilugios|
The Colombian downtempo duo returns to our catalog along with a new partner in sound, Erimus. The three of them have crafted an exquisite exercise in sonic storytelling, rich with texture and crackly ambience. Life moves in time stretched slow motion while these surreal extended pieces melt away your perceptions of reality.
Keywords: bleepsequence; netlabel; myniciush; erimus; downtempo; ambient; binaural; techno; minimal; dub; glitch; idm; field recordings
|[blpsq028] Jay Phonic - Space Pictures|
Don your space helmets and prepare yourselves for an intergalactic journey into the sounds of Jay Phonic. No stranger to our netlabel, he has managed to craft one of his most epic releases to date with his Space Pictures LP, a diverse collection laid out with keen attention to engineering and storytelling. Dipping into influences ranging from progressive, ambient, trance, dub, and classic techno, this album refuses to pidgeon hole itself into a specific style or genre, and instead will drench th...
Keywords: bleepsequence; blpsq; Jay Phonic; Space Pictures; techno; minimal; tech house; trance; progressive; house; deep; ambient; dub; dubtechno; melodic; epic
|[blpsq019] Revy feat. Aera - Windmill Watcher Remixes|
Some reflections take time to process. Windmill Watcher was first spawned as part of the first interpretations of an experience in Kosuge, Japan, ultimately released on the hibernating Stereo-Type netlabel. Over the course of the two years to follow, Revy recruited a handful of the bleepsequence crew to submit their own twisted takes on the source material: percussive field recordings, oddly pulsating synths, blaxploitation samples, and vocal work from Aera, who has also contributed the stunning...
Keywords: bleepsequence; blpsq; revy; aera; le jockey; lil piggy; paulice; jay phonic; remix; idm; experimental; techno; drum and bass; breakbeat; glitch; ambient; weird
|[blpsq018] Myniciush - Los Cucos Curtidos|
Bleepsequence is happy to welcome Myniciush to the fold, who are quickly building a reputation for themselves in the netaudio world with their take on unconventional downtempo techno. Their three pieces here for Los Cucos Curtidos definitely take their time to generate a head space, and proceed to immerse the listener into some kind of dark and devious coffee house where the barista might have slipped something into your espresso...
Keywords: bleepsequence; blpsq; myniciush; andres marcos; m_patcher; boophases; bobo lo; ingemar stalholm; revy; experimental; techno; idm; downtempo; glitch; found sound; ambient; los cucos curtidos